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I am going through it right now withdrawal is horrible I was sitting up literally vibrating in my seat last i had to go back on it but half the dosage...keep me in your prayers...I'm not feeling the depression creeping out yet but I am extremely emotional and having more panic attacks than usual...I am crying during heart felt commercials and videos I'm just extremely sensitive and with the meds fading slowly into the background I'm realizing who I am ...I am sensitive and highly emotional human being with the power to empathize with anyone...I'm embracing that now!! #depressionsucks #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #anxietydisorders

1 0 Dec 14, 2017

We Are Warriors. Read the full post here: #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalillness #mentalillnessisreal #depression #depressed #depressionisreal #anxiety #panicattacks #mooddisorders #anxietydisorders #panicdisorder #awareness #support #help #endthestigma

23 0 Dec 13, 2017

So my mom has a security camera in my room to keep an eye on me. And for once I'm kinda glad its there. I got up and ended up passing out, with pots, symptoms are relieved by laying back down. So I came back really quick. But not good none the less. (Btw sam had already run downstairs cuz he needed to go out before I went down so he didn't help. He doesn't alert to my syncope unfortunately.)

22 1 Dec 13, 2017

I was surprise when doctor give me that diagnoses, when she said it's normal in my condition, some GAD feel that, but as usually my mind said it's not normal n my mind start make many scenario again....make me worry again, n blank again... #anxiety #anxietydisorders #anxietydiary #anxietysucks😔

2 0 Dec 13, 2017

It's not because you deserve it It's not because you're being punished It's not because you're a 'bad' person S**t happens. . . . . . . . . . . #anxiety  #anxietydisorder  #selectivemutism  #gad #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealth  #mentalillness  #socialanxiety  #anxietyuk #generalisedanxietydisorder  #anxietydisorders  #mentalwellbeing #mentalhealthawareness  #anxietyquotes #

7 0 Dec 13, 2017

When I started this page, my sole intention was to help others find someone to relate to so they wouldn’t feel alone like I did as a kid, and to help educate and provide tips from an old pro at mental illness. Never did I consider how much this page would help me. But wow. What an amazing community of people who are all just trying to support each other and do the best they can. You are all so wonderful in so many ways. Thank you all for checking on me. This morning I woke up super early feeling horrible because I didn’t have anything to eat or drink all day yesterday, and really haven’t eaten much in a few days. So I’m up, I’m eating and drinking. I’ll have a big glass of water, too, take my meds, which have been tweaked, and go to work. I know I will feel a lot better once I have some hydration and nourishment... but you have to go slow when it’s been a while so I’m taking a little break to say THANK YOU. Social media didn’t exist when I was a kid and teen going through these things, and I feel like this platform, and all of the great people on here has satiated my inner child a bit. Love to all of you. Here’s to a new day. Brought to you by quiche and Diet Coke 😊 (and water, too.)

32 6 Dec 13, 2017

Take a moment to realize the toxic things and people in your life, and take steps towards distancing yourself from them. It doesn't have to be a drastic confrontation ― Just tiny little efforts to spend more time apart till you can entirely get away. Let's go into 2018 with hope and intention for good, positive change! Picture Courtesy - anxietybees #SOS #mentalhealth #takecareofyourself #mentalhealthindia #mentalillness #anxiety #anxietydisorders #depression #mentalwellbeing #happiness #positivechange #breakstigma #saynotostigma

201 5 Dec 13, 2017

After I had my second child I was told that I would always have a ‘pooch’. I would never have abs or a flat stomach. I believed what they said. And honestly, I was not okay with that. I didn’t want to just settle for ‘normal’ I wanted to be fit. I wanted to feel confident again. Then a mom I was following on social media introduced me to 21 Day Fix, which was created by superstar trainer, autumncalabrese. This program changed my life. It taught me how to eat healthy, without depriving myself, and how to work out in the most efficient way so I got the best results in just 30 minutes a day. Well, Autumn has done it again! On January 15th she has a BRAND NEW program coming out called 80 Day Obsession. This is a three month program with 80 unique workouts. You’re going to have Autumn Calabrese as your own personal trainer! Plus she has the nutrition side of it completely laid out for you. She goes live EVERY DAY to give you tips on eating and on the workout of the day. She tells you what to eat and when to eat it. The photos above are a few before and afters from the very first test group. AMAZING! 😍 Yesterday I got the most exciting news! I was told that I have the opportunity to invite TEN people to an exclusive coach test group with Autumn, herself! The group runs from January 15th to April 15th and spots will be filled on a first come first served basis. To reserve your spot be sure to message me or email me at bensonak1612 I would LOVE to get you in this group with me because I know with hard work and dedication we can get amazing results together! . . . . . . . . #80dayobsession #catholicmom #mentalhealthstigma #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthawareness #depressedmama #anxietydisorders #momof3 #familyof5 #boymom #reecespeanutbuttercups #girlmom #fitnesslover #realwomenconquer #stayathomemom #workathomemomma #mentalhealth #jesuslover #christianmom #sensitivemom #negativecorebeliefs #positivecorebeliefs #narcissisticabusesurvivor #emotionalabuse #toddlermom #infantmom #siblinglove #shawnwilliam #theignitionmission

38 1 Dec 13, 2017

Once again I am wondering why it was so important for me to work through a lot of disordered dissociation patterns, because emotion sucks. When a brain dissociates, it is a defense mechanism to protect against trauma. When it becomes the prime defense mechanism for any emotional disturbance at all, it usually needs to be worked through with therapy. I worked hard to an extent, but there were so many things I didn’t understand, and I still don’t. Why would I want to feel sad? Why would I want to feel disappointment? Why would I want to feel abandonment, or anger, or any other number of negative emotions that I had effectively learned to block (however unconsciously.) When you live with mental illness, there is not much that is more important than to have a mental health professional whom you trust, and who trusts you. I was so lucky to find this five years ago, when I was experiencing some severe trauma. This doctor has seen me through such intense ups and downs, and the relationship we had made managing my symptoms seem achievable. He listened to my concerns and suggestions with respect and true consideration for my needs. Today, I learned he was closing his practice. This is devastating news to me. All I want to do is dissociate. I want to go lie down with my dogs and turn on the tv to some show I won’t even watch and turn off the entire world until I forget what I was disturbed by to begin with. I am torn. I’ve been in recovery for my dissociative disorder for two years now, but regression feels easy and preferable. Once again, a post with no advice... just another glimpse into the life of mental illness. It’s not romantic or glamorous or quirky. It sucks.

41 5 Dec 13, 2017

Hanging out in a place I’ve spent way too much time at. Waiting for my two week check in with my psych doctor today. 😴 I just want to sleep. Anyone else chillin in the waiting room today?

32 5 Dec 13, 2017

A good reminder on this Tuesday morning! #teaminspirejoy

29 2 Dec 12, 2017

Here I am ten years ago. Looking back at pictures from before treatment can be painful. I made life so much more difficult for myself than it ever needed to be by hiding my mental illness, isolating, and self medicating. I often wish I could go back and talk to my past self. Although “I give myself very good advice, but I very rarely follow it.” (Points if you know that quote.) Twenty things I’d like to tell myself ten years ago: 1. You’ve got this. 👌🏼 2. You can do it. You can.❤️ 3. You’re going to live a lot longer than you ever expected, so take school, friends, family, and life seriously.👩🏼‍🎓 4. Keep enjoying your escapades, the memories are worth it....🤫 5. ... but be more of a role model, and less of a bad influence.🤗 6. Ride the horses more.🐴 7. Actually follow your dreams. Any or all.🌈 8. Play more music.🎹 9. Let them help you. Stop isolating yourself.🙇‍♀️ 10. Walk the dogs more.🐶 11. Think before you act.💥 12. Think before you act.💥 13. Think before you act.... and speak.💥 14. You don’t need all of the things. Material possessions aren’t worth it. 🤑 15. Take your mental health more seriously.🤯 16. Yes, you will kind of get your shit together one day.👩🏼‍💼 17. Broaden your scope of the world beyond yourself. 🌎 18. Allow yourself to be emotional. It’s hard, I know.😢 19. Stop pretending like you’re okay and really let your friends in. By now they’ve proven themselves over and over again. Trust them.👯‍♀️ 20. Always remember who you are.❤️💕🌹🌎✌🏻. 👇🏼👇🏼If you could go back to your former self at any point, what would you like to tell yourself?👧🏼👦🏼

47 12 Dec 12, 2017
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